The Key Book Publishing Paths: 2021–2022 – by Jane Friedman…

Since 2013, I have been regularly updating this informational chart about the key book publishing paths. It is available as a PDF download (from Jane’s original blog post)—ideal for photocopying and distributing for workshops and classrooms—plus the full text is also below.

One of the biggest questions I hear from authors today: Should I traditionally publish or self-publish?

This is an increasingly complicated question to answer because:

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3 thoughts on “The Key Book Publishing Paths: 2021–2022 – by Jane Friedman…

  1. Reblogged this on Just Can't Help Writing and commented:
    Here’s a very helpful post from that wizard, Jane Friedman, via Chris the Story Reading Ape (also a wizard). I am not a wizard, but to this comprehensive description of the ways you can publish, I must add this: If you really want to publish, don’t go on Facebook or Twitter and ask, “Can someone tell me how to publish a book?” Your respondents would have to spend the rest of their afternoon telling you what’s available on sites like Friedman’s—she’s an excellent portal. Check through my posts for links to many, many other terrific sites for directions and advice.

    My point is, if you really want the answer, it’s out there. Do your research! You can jumpstart your process by following Chris and Jane.

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